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      11-04-2019, 07:26 AM   #3
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The throttle gaskets are rubber profile seals, given their design and material they're not known to start leaking. But if you want to replace them, no big deal its not a hard job, but it's not likely going to fix your fault. You don't need to remove the actuators and you don't need to fully remove the wiring harness.